The much-delayed X-Men sequel improves upon The Last Stand but lacks any wit or spirit.
The best damn cop in the world is back.
Jean Grey’s epic chapter should give fans the closure they need.
Like any of the dozens of characters on this list, the genre just won’t die.
Starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Evan Peters, and Jessica Chastain
In which Thor, Wonder Woman, and Pennyworth the Clown pine for their chance at Oscar glory.
The former California governor joins a cast including Michael Fassbender and David Hasselhoff.
From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.
David Sandberg will again write, direct, produce, and star in the film, and David Hasselhoff is also back.
A complete dissection of the genius who’s stolen from every film ever made.
Plus, get a glimpse of Jessica Chastain as the film’s villain and Jennifer Lawrence’s new Mystique look.
Tomas Alfredson’s embattled return feature makes poor use of its engaging, moody setting.